Samsung has been on a streak and is rumored to bring out a lot of of phones in the following months or years. Reportedly it has been working on the rumored Galaxy C10 Plus, another mid-range smartphone which has the potential of becoming a flagship.
The C10 Plus can be considered as the member of the same family where the C10 belongs. The device isn’t close to an official launch so we don’t have any details and whatever specifications we find here may turn out be a little different. The C10 Plus has a lot of potentials and falls short of the flagship requirements only by a fraction. Without further ado, let us have a look at the specifications.
The C10 Plus is rumored to sport a massive 6.2-inch 2K Super AMOLED display, with a resolution of 1440 x 2560. It will also have the latest version of the Corning Gorilla Glass, which is the GG4 as of now; might as well turn out that we get a CG5 protection as well. The device has a pixel density of 474, which is just above average. The AMOLED screen has always been Samsung’s strong suit since it gives some awesome viewing angles and also helps in saving the battery. The only drawback to AMOLED screens is that they do not represent the colors quite accurately.
Judging by the pics available online, we can only assume that the C10 Plus will sport a unibody design, most probably within a metallic packaging.
Under the hood, the C10 Plus packs an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 MSM8596 clocked at 2.2 GHz and 1.8 GHz. We don’t know the price of the device yet, and judging by the specs can only assume that the device is meant for the mid-range smartphones. The chipset is based on a 64-bit architecture, which enhances the performance of the processor altogether. We have no idea what graphics processor they are using, but since they have the Snapdragon we can only assume that the GPU will be an Adreno 505 or Adreno 506.
The Samsung Galaxy C10 comes with an internal storage of 64GB which can be expanded by up to 128 GB. The device has 4GB of RAM to get it through a lot of applications without any sort of hiccup.
The makings of the C10 are still in its alpha stage and a lot of this may change over the next few years. Samsung is notoriously known for slowing down when it comes to performance after a usage of 6 to 7 months. Even the Galaxy Edge is prone to lags and we are hoping that the new generation phones may overcome that limitation.
In terms of the cameras, nothing is known about rear camera other than it has Auto flash, exposure compensation, and ISO control. Image resolutions will be 4128 x 3096 and will support 1920 x 1080@30fps video recording. The front camera will be 16 MP shooter. The rear camera is also rumoured to incorporate the laser autofocus technology. As to why no inform, action about it was released, we don’t have any idea. Rumors are going on about two 13 MP shooters at the rear, but they are yet to be confirmed. Although since most devices are packing a dual rear camera, we can at least expect that the C10 Plus will have that included.
Samsung is always said to get the job done whenever it came to the cameras. Tech devices produced quite good photos which were sometimes filled with noise during low-light scenarios. We are expecting a good deal from the C10’s cameras.
The Galaxy C10 Plus will be powered by a 3250 mAh Li-Po battery which may or may not be sufficient enough for a 6.2 inch device. The screen is quite big and it may not able to run the device for a full day.The battery may prove to be a major pickle in the progress of the device and although the C10 sports a super MAILED it may not be enough.
The device would support 4G VoLTE, 3G HSPA/HSPA+ and 2G EDGE/GPRS network bands on both sim slots and is quite reliable in term of network connectivity. Other connectivity features include Wifi 802.11 a/b/g/n /ac, GPS, bluetooth etc. For wired connectivity it is very much possible that we may get the USB-C port.